|L C Episode 51 Segment 1 - Living Culture|
The Living Culture 2009 Manifesto is an outline of goals and intentions for the coming year. We want to explore the relationship between people and the seasonal foods that grow in the Willamette Valley. The focus will be on gardeners, farmers, local food activists, and artisans, all of whom are working to promote their local food economy. We plan on allowing our guests to speak for themselves, and to share their skills and knowledge with viewers throughout the area.
Keywords: Living Culture; 2009 Manifesto; local foods; Willamette Valley
|082712 KGAL Valley Talk Bootstrap Economics_Willamette Valley Speedway - KGAL Radio|
KGAL Radio seeks to encourage local entrepreneurs on how to get funding for local ideas. We also talk with Willamette Valley Speedway on the weekend races
Keywords: kgal radio; valley talk; smart talk 1580 kgal; boostrap economics; Willamette Valley Speedway
|082112 KGAL Radio Valley Talk ABC House Pumpkin Half Marathon_Willamette Valley Living Magazine - KGAL Radio|
KGAL Radio Valley Talk visits with Amy Van Detta, Committee chair with the Runaway Pumpkin marathon, as well as Lynn Young, Director of Community Development and child abuse assessment at ABC House. Scott Alexander, publisher of Willamette Valley Living Magazine
Keywords: kgal radio; smart talk; valley talk; dave adams; pumpkin half marathon; abc house; willamette valley living magazine
|L C Episode 61.1 - Living Culture|
Living Culture visits with Melinda & Gen Nikko, owners of Nikko Farm in Aumsville, Oregon. The Nikkos grow Asian varieties of mushrooms and vegetables on 5 acres of land. Their products are available every Saturday at the Salem Public Market. Living Culture is a monthly television series that showcases cuisine and agriculture in the Pacific Northwest. Our mission is to generate interest in local foods through inspiring and positive media.
Keywords: Living Culture; Salem; Aumsville; Willamette Valley; Oregon; Melinda Nikko; Gen Nikko; Nikko Farm; shiitake mushrooms; Asian vegetables; Salem Public Market; KWVT; CCTV; SCAN TV; PCM TV
|KGAL Radio Valley Talk John Hitt_Lebanon Chamber Orchestra_Willamette Valley Rehabilitation - KGAL Radio|
John Hitt Lebanon city manager talks about search for a new police chief, upcoming concert for Lebanon Chamber Orchestra, and what's going on at Willamette Valley Rehabilitation
Keywords: 1580kgal, 1580 kgal radio,city of lebanon; evm pulse tv; kgal radio; valley talk; kgal valley talk; Lebanon Chamber Orchestra; Willamette Valley rehabilitation
|L C Episode 60.1 - Living Culture|
Living Culture host, Nate Rafn, and chef Steve Morton visit with Scott Jondle at Abundant Life Farm in Dallas, Oregon. Steve and Scott discuss their pig-feeding pilot program, which incorporates vegetable scraps from Steve's West Salem restaurant, Morton's Bistro NW. We also talk with Scott about raising pigs and other livestock on the farm. Abundant Life Farm is located 5 miles south of Dallas, Oregon...
Keywords: Living Culture; Nate Rafn; Salem; Willamette Valley; Oregon; Abundant Life Farm; Dallas; Scott Jondle; Berkshire pigs; Steve Morton; Morton's Bistro NW; KWVT; CCTV; PCM TV; SCAN TV
|052212 KGAL Valley Talk Willamette Valley Concert Band_Gas prices to drop_Send 2 The Troops_Facebook_Electric Cars - KGAL Radio|
Daily talk show on Newstalk 1580 KGAL. We talk to DR. Richard Sorenson, Director of the Willamette Valley Concert Band on his 40 years with the band. The Monday, may 28th Memorial Day concert will include a special arrangement honoring him. We also talk to Triple A's Maria Dodds about predictions northwest gas prices are to drop. Also on the show, Sharon Crary of Give 2 the Troops, comments about Facebook's IPO offering and the poor demand for electric cars.
Keywords: newstalk 1580 kgal; kgal; valley talk; kgalvalleytalk; kgal valley talk. Willamette Valley Concert Band; Dr Richard Sorenson; Triple A; gas prices; Send 2 the troops; Sharon Crary; Facebook; electric cars
|L C Episode 63.2 - Living Culture|
Living Culture visits with Ian Niktab of Planting Communities! in Woodburn, Oregon. Ian is joining with Vos Hispana to celebrate their annual Cesar Chavez event. The activity this year is to break ground on a new community garden across the street from Woodburn City Hall, and near a farm-worker housing. Vegetables from this garden will feed the participants and their families. Cesar Chavez (1927-1993), a Mexican American labor leader and civil rights activist, co-founded the National Farm Worker...
Keywords: Living Culture; Salem; Willamette Valley; Oregon; CCTV; KWVT; PCM TV; SCAN TV; Ian Niktab; Planting Communities!; Woodburn; Woodburn City Hall; Mayor Kathy Figley; Vos Hispana; Cesar Chavez; community garden; food bank
|L C Episode 61.2 - Living Culture|
Living Culture talks with community garden coordinator Jordan Blake and Marion-Polk Food Share volunteers, as they plant pepper seeds for area gardens. Working with composted potting-soil donated by Marion County, the group of about 10 volunteers fill small containers to house the growing seeds. Over the next few months, the seeds will be given water, sunshine, and plenty of warmth while staying in the greenhouse at Pringle Creek in Salem, Oregon...
Keywords: Living Culture; Salem; Willamette Valley; Oregon; Jordan Blake; Marion-Polk Food Share; community garden; planting seeds; greenhouse; Pringle Creek Community; Pete Nagy; Shannon Stewart; Mark Hopkins; CCTV; KWVT; PCM TV; SCAN TV
|L C Episode 63.1 - Living Culture|
Living Culture visits with Jennifer Johns and students from Willamette University, as they embark on a farming project. The university purchased 305 acres of farm and forest land in Polk County, 10 miles northwest of Salem, Oregon. The students created a small kitchen-garden on the south side of the farmhouse, and are working with a 1 acre field to grow vegetables for Bon Appetit- the food service provider at the university...
Keywords: Living Culture; Salem; Oregon; Willamette Valley; CCTV; PCM TV; SCAN TV; KWVT; Jennifer Johns; Willamette University; students; farm; Polk County; kitchen garden; vegetables; keeping honeybees; windmill electricity; composting; rainwater harvesting; Bon Appetit
|L C Episode 64.1 - Living Culture|
Living Culture visits Cattail Creek Farm in Junction City, Oregon, to talk with John Neumeister about raising lamb and sheep. John cultivates 17 acres of land in the fertile southern Willamette Valley. His lamb are grass-fed, grass-finished, and processed locally. His lamb products are served at fine restaurants in Seattle, Portland, Hood River, Salem, Corvallis, Eugene, and Berkeley. Notable restaurants include Paley's Place, Carlyle, Higgins, clarklewis, Genoa, and the famous Chez Panisse...
Keywords: Cattail Creek Lamb; John Neumeister; food show; television; video; Comcast; KWVT 17.1; CCTV 22; PCM TV 29 Portland; SCAN TV 77 Seattle; OPB; CGN7 Columbia Gorge; Salem; Willamette Valley; Oregon; food; seasonal; farming; cooking show; agriculture; Living Culture; Nate Rafn
|L C Episode 64.2 - Living Culture|
Living Culture visits urban gardener Nicky Parrish at her home in Salem, Oregon. Nicky grows vegetables on a small plot on the back of her house, next to the alley. Her garden is a demonstration on how to grow food in tight spaces. Living Culture is a monthly television series that showcases cuisine and agriculture in the Pacific Northwest. Our mission is to generate interest in local foods through inspiring and positive media...
Keywords: alley garden; gardening; urban agriculture; food show; television; video; Comcast; KWVT 17.1; CCTV 22; PCM TV 29 Portland; SCAN TV 77 Seattle; OPB; CGN7 Columbia Gorge; Salem; Willamette Valley; Oregon; food; seasonal; farming; cooking show; agriculture; Living Culture; Nate Rafn